Global Travel Service

Detailed travel data and forecasts for 185 countries

The most comprehensive data-set of its kind, the Global Travel Service (GTS) includes travel and economic activity for 185 countries. The user-friendly interface provides access to detailed information on traveler origins, destinations, trip purpose, spending, and mode of travel.

The database includes almost thirty years of historical data and 10-year forecasts based on the tested Oxford Economics global macroeconomic model. GTS users can conduct extensive global market analysis in minutes, complete with tables, charts, and maps.

What the service includes:

Extensive data-bank. Over 100,000 indicators of tourism activity, including international visitor arrivals, nights, trip purpose, model of travel, and visitor spending with detail for every major origin and destination pair across 190 countries

Detailed forecasts of travel and macroeconomic drivers. Ten-year forecasts are developed based on the Oxford Economics economic outlook—the most widely used global economic model in the world. The database is updated three times per year with the latest travel data and key economic drivers.

Advanced analytical functions. Our web-based data-bank allows users to quickly build custom queries with complete flexibility and visualize the data in tables, charts, and maps. Searches can be saved for future reference and downloaded quickly to Excel and Adobe formats.

Economist support. We provide full client support to answer questions about our data or forecasts.

Service Coverage Overview:

Global Travel Service provides hundreds of indicators for each destination, including:

  • Visits—international visitor arrivals to each destination by trip purpose and mode of transportation
  • Departures—outbound international travelers from each destination
  • Origin-destination flows—visits and nights across major origin and destination pairs
  • Travel spending—inbound, outbound, and domestic spending by purpose
  • Economic and demographic forecast- the drivers behind the forecast model
  • Price indicators—exchange rate, interest rates, and inflation.